What is your average response time to emergencies?

Since July 1, 2016, our turnout time (time dispatched to time truck checks in route) has averaged 1 minute, 45 seconds.

Our travel time (leaving station to scene of emergency) has averaged 6 minutes, 31 seconds.

Our overall response time is 7 minutes, 19 seconds.

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1. How big is your service area and population?
2. How many calls for emergency service do you get each year?
3. What is your average response time to emergencies?
4. Why does a fire engine respond to medical emergencies?
5. How many stations does your Department have?
6. How many firefighters are on shift?
7. How do I schedule a Fire Prevention Activity?
8. What do I do when I see an emergency vehicle approaching when I am driving?
9. Why do I see fire trucks around town?
10. Why do the fire trucks turn on their lights to back into the station bays?
11. What do I do if a fire truck is on the side of the road at an emergency scene?
12. Will the fire department call me and ask for a donation?
13. Why does the fire department have so many trucks?
14. How can I request a smoke detector installation?
15. Who do I call for fire insurance related questions?
16. How can I help?